Tag Archives: sql server

Two Main Questions about Microsoft Client Access License (CAL): What Is It? and Why Does It Need?

In organizations, as a rule, one or several servers are used on which Windows Server is installed. There are also some services (SQL server for databases, Exchange server for mail, calendars, etc.) that are used by employees. To make the use of IT infrastructure legal, it is necessary to have licenses for both servers and… Read More »

Microsoft 70-461 Exam: FREE Workshop From Tech Ed 2014

Interested in 70-461 exam MCSA: Microsoft SQL Server 2012 (Querying)? This exam is rather popular with SQL newbies, so if you are one of them, it’s absolutely OK to feel the pressure. The great news is, Microsoft released a great training workshop for FREE online (the one that was originally presented during Tech Ed North… Read More »

SQL Server 2014 Upgrade Exams… Upgraded!

Microsoft has just announced the updates to their SQL Server 2014 upgrade exams 70-459 (Transition Your MCITP: Database Administrator 2008 or MCITP: DatabaseDeveloper 2008 to MCSE: Data Platform) and 70-460 (Transition Your MCITP: Business Intelligence Developer 2008 to MCSE: Business Intelligence). Effective 15 May this year, both exams will cover solutions based on both SQL… Read More »

Microsoft Postpones The Retirement of SQL Server 2008 Exams, And How You Can Benefit From This

Christmas miracle or not (but definitely a good news), Microsoft has just announced the extension for two SQL Server 2008 exams: 70-450 and 70-451, which were supposed to be retired on 31 January 2014. Yet, the vendor has moved the date towards summer, with the exams retirement date being postponed by 6 months: to July… Read More »